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Radio Gbarnga Gets Pat For ‘Quality Broadcast’
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Radio Gbarnga Gets Pat For ‘Quality Broadcast’
By Philip T. Singbah, LINA Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, August 31 (LINA) –Over 10 churches in Turpkablee Administrative District in Bong County have honored Radio Gbarnga for the ‘quality broadcast’ it continues to carry out since its establishment in 2004.

At a fund-raising program in Turpkablee Town Sunday, the chairman of the organizing committee of the churches, Robert Yeager, told the Liberia News Agency that the decision to honor Radio Gbarnga followed several consultations with leaders of the churches in the district.

Mr. Yeager said Radio Gbarnga continues to demonstrate the true meaning of a community radio station through its programs and has gained the admiration of the people of Turpkablee District.

He lauded the management for producing the Language Program, especially the Bassa Language Program, which affords the people residing in Bong and other counties the opportunity to listen to news in their dialects.

At the close of the program, Mr. Yeager presented L$45,000 on behalf of the churches as a contribution towards the sustainability of Radio Gbarnga.

Receiving the donation, Director of News Marcus Malayea lauded the churches for the donation and for honoring the station.

Malayea reiterated the station's commitment to serve the over 600,000 listeners in Bong, Lofa, Gbarpolu, Nimba, Margibi, Grand Bassa Counties as well as others in parts of neighboring Guinea.
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